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"I’ve always been interested in human biology, and after studying Biomedical Science at University and specialising in cellular sciences, I decided to take on the exciting role of a Biomedical Scientist. Now, I mainly focus on looking at cells in the human brain, concentrating on identifying the impact Parkinson's disease has on cellular function. The job comes with a massive sense of achievement, as my research could actually have a positive impact on people’s health. I also feel like I’m constantly learning new things about how the human body works, which is pretty fascinating. Repeating experiments can be kind of monotonous at times, and there’s a lot of statistics and presentations involved, but overall, I think it’s a great job. I also get to use a microscope a lot – and it turns out, brains are actually really pretty close-up."